Relapse

I had a relapse,
almost found religion,
found myself in the dirt instead.

hungrybison

Drowning in despair,

the inevitable mire of horse shit.

Let us retire to your room,

let me sink my iron into the warmth of your flesh.

Our being together,

soothes me, in its outlandishness.

My equilibrium is gone,

my eyesight blurred.

Is there an alter to kneel before?

My anxiety is displaced by whiskey,

and a fondness for the congregation

of the abused.

A cross, a desperate sign of optimism.

I should not be interfered with,

I should be afforded a tolerance.

I’m dying, I need a place,

to draw my last breaths.

I need to get out of this cold,

this numbing Montanan brace.

A futile hope for a reprieve,

before my flesh rots from its frame.

A cross, a desperate sign of optimism.

Was I not true?

Was I not a decent man?

Should I not be assured of my place in Heaven?

fuck.

Sleep eternal awaits for…

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